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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Ballyhea

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This town will say "No" for the 250th week running today
“It’s not a milestone we ever wanted to mark, I assure you.”
Here's the latest Cork senior hurling championship draw
Reigning champions Sarsfields have been drawn to face Youghal.
'Greece should drop the euro - and so should Ireland'
Ballyhea Says No began marching against the Irish bailout in 2011.
Column: The governments controlling the euro are no friends of Ireland
Isn’t it reasonable to ask why we are destroying ourselves to save a system that has failed us – and offers only further suffering into the future? The Ballyhea campaign group is highlighting Ireland’s debt injustice, writes Rory Hearne.
Ballyhea protestors in Brussels to meet MEPs from economics committee
The protestors – who have held weekly marches opposing the bailout – want help getting a meeting with the ECB.
Cork City Council meeting abandoned after property tax protests
Lord Mayor John Buttimer said the council’s fortnightly meeting could not continue given the “barracking” of protestors.
Chief whip will speak to Peter Mathews over attendance at bondholder protest
Fine Gael TD Mathews attended the Ballyhea/Charleville anti-bank bailout protest meeting at the weekend.
Pictures: Ballyhea bondholder bailout protesters reach Dublin
The ‘Ballyhea says No!’ protest group reached the capital today, demonstrating against payments to bondholders.
Column: We won’t stop marching until the ECB returns Ireland’s money
Amid a national near-silence, the residents of Ballyhea in Cork protest against the bondholder bailout every single week. Diarmuid O’Flynn explains why he leads the march.
Two men arrested over Charleville robbery
An undisclosed sum of money was stolen during a raid in Charleville yesterday evening.
'No to Bondholder Bailout' protesters stop traffic in Cork
A group of protesters created a human roadblock at Ballyhea to demonstrate against tomorrow’s repayment of a US$1 billion Anglo Irish Bank unsecured bond.
'I've lost about a stone in weight - that's my contribution to Ireland's cause'
Irish Examiner sports journalist renews his anti-bondholder protest by launching a seven-day “bread and water” fast.